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Workshops Archive 2018
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Physics by the Lake 2018
What is it?
Physics by the Lake is a national summer school on theoretical condensed matter physics supported by the Institute of Physics (IOP) Theory of Condensed Matter group and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). It consists of two weeks of highquality lecture courses by experts in ...
 Cumberland Lodge, Windsor
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Symmetries of Smatrix and Infrared Physics
Recently, a new understanding has appeared of how certain spacetime symmetries
are encoded in specific properties  known as soft properties  of the
quantum mechanical scattering matrix. This connection holds both with and
without gravity. Intense activity in this area has resulted in the discovery
of new effects in the soft ...
 The Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics
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Higgs Centre School of Theoretical Physics 2018
The 4th edition of the Higgs Centre School of Theoretical Physics will take place in May 28 June 1, 2018 at the Higgs Centre, James Clerk Maxwell Building, Edinburgh. The scientific programme starts at 9:00 on Monday, May 28th, and ends at 16:00 on Friday, June 1st. The ...
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Numerical approaches to holography, quantum gravity and cosmology
Holographic AdS/CFT duality and lattice gauge theory are leading nonperturbative approaches to investigate quantum gravity and strongly coupled quantum field theories. Extensive work is ongoing to apply both techniques to broader classes of systems, leading to a growing number of connections between them. Numerical analyses in particular are becoming ...
 The Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics
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The physics of epigenetic and chromatin dynamics
Virtually all cells in our body have the same DNA (hence genetic information),
yet a skin, liver and a brain cell all express a very different set of genes.
Additionally, when a differentiated cell divides, the daughter has the same
set of genes on: a skin cell gives rise to ...
 Lecture Theatre A, James Clerk Maxwell Building
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Subtracting Infrared Singularities Beyond NLO
Precise theoretical predictions for LHC observables are a crucial pre
requisite for the discovery of new physics. Such predictions require high
order perturbative calculations in the Standard Model, most notably in QCD. A
key step in these calculations is the cancellation of infrared divergences,
which arise from exchanges of virtual ...
 The Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics
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First forum on rare kaon decays
Flavour Changing Neutral Current (FCNC) decays are extremely rare processes in particle physics which are forbidden at the classical level in the Standard Model. Therefore, they constitute attractive channels to try to observe new physics beyond the Standard Model. A particular family of such decays are the kaon decays where ...
 Higgs Centre Seminar Room, JCMB
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HiggsMaxwell Workshop 2018
HiggsMaxwell workshops are a series of annual oneday
meetings to discuss the
current topics in theoretical and experimental particle physics and the
prospects for future discoveries. The meeting is organised by the Universities
of Durham, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Lancaster. This year's meeting, taking place
on February 14th at the ...
 Royal Society of Edinburgh, 2226 George St, Edinburgh EH2 2PQ
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Gravity beyond Einstein: Quo vadimus?
The first simultaneous detection of gravitational waves and electromagnetic
radiation from two merging neutron stars (GW170817 and GRB 170817A) poses new
challenges to theories of gravity specifically designed to explain the late
time accelerated expansion of the universe. Nevertheless, tensions in the data
and the so far unsolved cosmological constant ...
 The Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics
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Meeting of The UK Fluids Network Special Interest Group on “NonNewtonian Fluid Mechanics”
In 2016, EPSRC set up The UK Fluids Network  a crossinstitutional
collaboration of researchers from various disciplines working on various
aspect of physics of fluids. The Networks stems from the realisation that
while a lot of cuttingedge fluiddynamicsrelated research being performed in
the UK, it is usually embedded in various ...
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